During Tuesday night’s episode, Camille, 50, joined the stars of the Bravo reality series.
Among the topics that were discussed was Camille’s decision to keep her last name following her divorce from ex-husband Kelsey Grammer — and her defense of her multi-million divorce settlement with the Frasier star.
Before making her entrance on the reunion couch, Camille said while getting her hair done, “What’s up next is me when they go after me. This is not going to be fun. I’m on the hot seat next,” and stated while walking down the hallway, “walking into the lion’s den with these ladies.”
As she joined the ladies on set, Cohen, 51, congratulated her on her recent nuptials to husband David C. Meyer before bringing up her 2011 divorce from Kelsey, with whom she shares daughter Mason, 17, and son Jude, 14.
“A little bit earlier, I was talking to Denise about her philosophy about raising kids with [an] ex-husband who’s always in the news,” said Cohen, who referenced Denise’s ex Charlie Sheen, with whom she shares daughters Lola, 14, and Sam, 15. (They divorced in 2006.)
Complimenting Denise, 48, Camille said, “My mom says, ‘Watch Denise in her interviews. She always makes it about the kids.’ And my mom’s like, ‘That’s the classy way to do it.’ “
It’s been more than eight years since Camille and Kelsey’s divorce was finalized in February 2011. In June 2017, Camille, who received $30 million after ending their 13-year marriage, said in a segment on the season 2 finale of Andy Cohen’s Then & Now: “Thank God I didn’t have a prenup. Thank you Kelsey. I guess you loved me at one point.”
She added at the time, “If I get married again, I will absolutely insist on a prenup.” And in October of that year, Camille was awarded 50 percent of Kelsey’s 401K account from the time of their marriage in 1997 to their separation in 2010, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE.
Though Camille has been divorced from Kelsey for eight years, she defended her decision to keep the actor’s last name during the reunion.
When Cohen then read a question from a viewer that asked, “What is the real reason you won’t give up Grammer?” Camille said that “the primary reason is for my kids. That’s it.”
At that, Denise interjected, “I couldn’t wait to get rid of mine. Sorry.”
Camille then explained that she “took Grammer off my social media,” but that it’s still on her passport.
And although she’s now remarried, Camille said that Meyer doesn’t seem to mind. “David is all for it. He said, ‘Both of your kids’ last name is Grammer. I understand that.’ He has no problem,” said Camille.
“Charlie and I didn’t have a prenup when we got married and when we got divorced, I could have asked for half of what he made,” Denise said in a flashback clip. “And I did not, because I ain’t a greedy f—— whore.”
When Cohen asked what Camille thought of Denise and Sheen — who Denise said were married for “just under five” years — not having a prenup, she explained about her past marriage with Kelsey: “Well, I was married for 13 years. That’s a long time.”
Cohen then questioned Camille about whether she believed Denise “should have asked for half.”
“I don’t know,” said Camille as Cohen said that Two and a Half Men star Sheen “came up when [Denise] was with him.”
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